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Registration Continued
BREC allows a registration deposit equal to half of the session(s) fee starting March 21 on-site only. Anyone who wishes to hold a spot in any session can do so by paying
half of the total weekly session fee. Registrants must pay the remaining balances of the weekly session fee no later than the Thursday before the session begins. Anyone who does not pay their balance by this time will forfeit their original deposit and their spot in the upcoming camp sessions. The original deposit is non-refundable but is transferable. Deposits are not available for online registration.
Registrants must request all refunds on a Summer Camp Refund form. You can download this form at summercamp or pick one up at your summer camp location.
If a registrant requests a refund more than 10 business days prior to the start of the session, BREC will issue the full session fee minus a $15 transaction fee. If a registrant requests a refund 10 business days or less from the start of the session, BREC will not issue a refund. All checks must clear before BREC processes any refunds. BREC does not issue a refund
for any session already in progress. Please, make sure your address is legible and up to date to avoid any delay with the refund process.
Please allow 3-4 weeks for BREC to issue a refund after the refund form has been completed and submitted. If you do not have computer access, go to the summer camp site and request a Summer Camp Refund form. Refund Checks will be distributed to the name of the person on the summer camp registration.
Camper Assessments
Does Your Child Have a Disability? Assessments are made for campers that have a disability regardless of the camp attended. Trained BREC staff will assess each camper’s needs and ability level, in order to provide the most meaningful camp experience for each camper. Campers who require any of the following: bathroom assistance, feeding assistance and challenging behaviors that require more than 1:5 staff ratio may be required to have an aide provided by the parents/guardians. Recreation assessments are performed
in order to determine the appropriate camp setting for each camper: Camp Sunshine or an Inclusive Camp. To schedule an appointment for an assessment call 225-272-9200 EXT 1413 or email Blaine Imoff at beginning March 1.
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 Scholarship Program
This year BREC will provide limited scholarship assistance using a new sliding scale model based closely on the Federal Poverty Guidelines. This model allows up to a $75 reduction on all summer camp fees to qualifying households, excluding the Baton Rouge Zoo, Golf and Tennis.
Scholarship applications are available at all summer camp locations. Households must complete BREC’s Scholarship Application in its entirety with the required documents for consideration. BREC does not make exceptions and does not offer scholarships for out-of-parish residents. Scholarships are available on a first come, first serve basis until funds are no longer available.
TO DONATE: If you would like to donate funds to help send a kid to camp, please contact the BREC Foundation at 225-226-7381 or
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